Deadline: 13 December 2018
It also encourages wildlife and conservation charities to apply for funds for projects that tackle wildlife crime and deforestation – and so reduce poverty in the world’s poorest communities.
Projects will also need to support the department’s wider objectives:
- Strengthen global peace, security and governance
- Strengthen resilience and response to crisis
- Promote global prosperity
- Tackle extreme poverty
UK Aid Match will match financial donations from members of the UK public up to a maximum of £2 million per appeal (subject to due diligence assessment).
To be successful, applicants have to meet these requirements:
- Be a UK-based, non-government, not-for-profit organisation working to reduce poverty in up to two of DFID’s eligible countries
- Provide published annual audited accounts or financial statements for the last two years
- Meet the minimum requirements of the communications partnership that will publicise the appeal to the public
- Hold no more than three UK Aid Match grants for projects that have more than nine months left to run (‘live projects’)
- Plan projects in one or more of the lowest 50 countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI)
- Either show that funding will be used for new projects lasting up to three years
- Show that it will be used to extend ongoing projects by up to three years, clearly identify the additional activities that UK Aid Match funds will support and provide a schedule for delivery.
How to Apply
All applicants will need to:
- Register online to apply
- Complete an eligibility assessment via the online application form on the portal
- Complete a concept note
For more information, please visit UK Aid Match II.